It is essential to start from what you love, and do things for the right reasons. There must be passion! In the end, it is a human being who buys or invests, and it is with passion that we will be able to touch it.
I am lucky to be healthy, but the rest is work. Work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. I have been observing the evolution of companies and the business world for nearly twenty years….
The primary goal must not be to make money. You have to see money as a proactive energy that flows. It is important to detach yourself from the dollars to stay focused on your goal.
4. Patience and patience
I worked from the age of 15. As soon as I got $15,000, I bought a house and sold it a year later for $30,000. I made my first $100,000 by buying and reselling, while working by the hour. I spent almost nothing for years.
First of all, you have to know who you are. Remain faithful to your values, desires, instincts…. I was lucky to have parents who let me be who I wanted to be.
I pulled out this book because people told me they didn’t have the tools to start a business. Readers will find inspiration as well as management lessons, meditation exercises…
I opened five pharmacies, but I really started making money when I started advising companies. My strength, it’s there. At first I wasn’t really charging, but I accumulated evidence that I knew how to make companies grow.
Doing what you love is essential, because that’s where you’re good at. I’m good at turning a dream into reality, and I love it. And above all, I understand the human being: I align the entrepreneur with his inner truth.
You have to dare! At one point, I went to people to convince them to invest. I had time to exchange for money. Being young is a good thing: expectations are lower, there is less pressure and there is more room for error.
The main thing: to believe in your dream. Have confidence in yourself!